Maddy is a Jack Russell mix, about 1-2 years old. She is
very sweet, loves to go for walks and play outside. Her
adoption fee at Shelbyville Animal Control is $64 total,
and that comes with a microchip. You can see her on
Facebook at Shelbyville Animal-Control, or on adoptapet.
Community Elementary recognized
Viking Valors for the second
nine weeks of school. Viking
Valors are recognized for exhibiting
outstanding Viking Values, which
include being respectful, responsible
and ready each day. These
students are leaders in the school,
and they are role models for the
student body. Students receiving
the honor are Aubrey Curtis, Drake
Heath, Kaidyn Brown, Joseph Raines,
Maddox Thompson, Julia Haynes,
Mileah Montezuma, Carolyne McKee,
Bailee Ventress, Hailey Caudill,
Atlee Hancock, Caylee Wilson, Jaxon
Williams, Maggie Moreno-Alvarez,
Jordan Pugh, Brandon Richardson,
Abby Compton, Levi Pope, Tyler
Haynes, Kaylie King, Francisco
Alcala, Yarly Anica Rodriguez,
Karen Mae Teal, Coy Rogers, Jadon
Lynch, Skylar Gentry, Ethan Dawson,
Nicolas Pando, Grace Neill, Amiya
Cook, Alyssa McAnally, Alexis
Heath, Christian DeTienne, Andrew
Maldonado, and Emery Smith.
Viking Valors Aubrey Curtis
and Hailey Caudill could not be present
during the original photo shoot.
A crew of Volunteers from The Loyal Order of Moose, Lodge #2197 completed a handicapped access ramp for Bob and Virginia Pierce of Old Nashville Dirt Road on Saturday.
Health problems have forced the Pierce household to need wheelchair access in the near future, so a fund was started to handle the building expenses of the ramp and assist the
Pierces with any additional expenses. Donations can be made at the Moose Lodge on Highway 82 South.
Sarah McKinney's second graders at Thomas Magnet School enjoy "The Foot Book" in their silly socks.
Kim Williams, Vice President - Modules Manufacturing and
Quality at Calsonic Kansei North America, visits Tammy
Hardin's kindergarten class at Community Elementary on
Monday. She chose to read "Oh, the Places You'll Go!"
by Dr. Seuss.
Bell Buckle Fire Department held its chili cookoff Saturday. From left are Gracelyn Howard; winner of hottest chili, Mitch McCormick; second place, Terry Vinson; Chief Ronnie
Lokey; first place, Claudette Fox (repeat winner from last year); third place, Cain Owens (representing his mother Debby Snell); and Matthew Gragg.
Gracelyn Howard, Claudette
Fox, Ronnie Lokey and